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Amazon’s long-awaited New World launched on Steam Tuesday morning, and in news that should get Amazon executives breathing a bit more today, the buzz surrounding the game remains strong. … More information
New funding: As wildfires continue to burn in the western United States, reforestation company DroneSeed announced a $ 36 million Series A round on Wednesday. … More information
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella offered new details about the company’s failed attempt to acquire TikTok a year ago Monday night at the Code Conference. … More information
Project Veritas, a group of right-wing activists that has long tried to discredit the mainstream media, has filed a defamation lawsuit against the University of Washington and Stanford University for a blog post analyzing the broadcast on line ” a claim from Veritas about the collection. of ballots. … More information
In the final chapter of a lengthy space battle, SpaceX CEO Elon Musk today targeted billionaire rival Jeff Bezos with an avalanche of double meanings that were delivered from the stage at this week’s Code conference. … More information
Bungie stretches from Bellevue, Washington to Seattle. … More information
Seattle-based Truveta will leverage Microsoft’s Azure cloud platform to analyze health data in a new partnership with the software giant announced Wednesday. … More information
Amazon introduced a home robot called Astro, which has been in development for several years, using artificial intelligence and other advanced technologies to operate autonomously at home. … More information
In June, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation announced that it had hired Angela Jones, the prestigious executive director of Washington STEM, the statewide nonprofit education organization that connects underserved students to education and opportunities for learning. STEM. … More information
Two industrial designers who helped create and launch the first cashless convenience store Amazon Go have a new baby, as some founders like to refer to their startups. … More information